Seaweed fertilizer is rich in cytokinin
Seaweed fertilizer is a kind of fertilizer that is produced by using brown marine algae or processed with a certain amount of NPK and trace elements. At present there are many forms, the market is mainly based on liquid and powder, a small part of the particle state. Seaweed and seaweed plant growth regulators have been the main active substances have been studied cytokinin, the following small series for you to detail about the seaweed fertilizer is rich in cytokinin:
Cytokine belongs to cytokinin, it is a kind of physiological activity of purine derivatives. As early as 1969, Jennings studied the content of endogenous cytokinin in red algae, such as kelp and kadsura, and their role as plant growth regulators. Since then, there has been a growing number of studies in this area. Mooney and Van Steden analyzed high-pressure liquid chromatography in 1987 using cytokinin, mainly t-zeatin, dihydro-zeatin, isoprenaline and t-zeatin, in seaweed. In 1991, Japanese scientist Farooqi once again confirmed using NMR technology that seaweed contained zeatin, zeatin riboside, 6-aminomethylpurine and the like in addition to the above-mentioned cytokinin and confirmed the activity of these cytokinins. Seaweed is also considered as an adsorbent in the oceans. The application of GC-MS proved that purines are found in the seawater of the seaweed. Currently, SWC products have been shown to contain cytokinins through biometric and analytical instruments.